A22 motorway (Portugal)
|Portuguese: Via do Infante de Sagres|
|Length:||133 km (83 mi)|
|East end:||Castro Marim|
|Roads in Portugal|
The A22 (Portuguese: Via do Infante de Sagres) is the principal motorway (freeway) in the Algarve, Portugal. Named after Henry the Navigator, it connects Lagos to Castro Marim and connects to the A-49 Motorway (Spain) on the Guadiana International Bridge over the Guadiana River. It is also part of European route E01.
The A22 is operated by Euroscut Algarve.
Construction on A22 began in 1991 and was completed in 2003. It extends 133 km.
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